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, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> very innovative idea. meteorologist lisa argen is here now with a preview of the accuweather forecast. >> fog has returned. temperatures have dropped into the mid-30s in napa. certainly cooler this morning as you take a look outside from our camera in emeryville. you notice that still dark out there. we will see more in the way of sunshine today but we have rain closing in on the bay area. not today. i'll have that seven-day outlook for you next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead a promising u.c. berkeley student steps into the spotlight to promote immigration reform. why he's p >> a u.c. berkeley student is featured in a nationally released video aimed for supporting citizenship for young immigrants. they referred to as the dreamers. the education reporter lyanne melendez explains who is behind this campaign. >> this is terrence. he is getting a degree in mathematics and applied statistics at u.c. berkeley. >> it wasn't hard to find karen parks on the ninth floor of the hall. we wanted to know why he wanted to speak out. >> i thought maybe it was the right mo
thursday and melted down for scrap metal. it is 5:16. lisa argen keeping a look on the weather. boy, has it been gorgeous the last few days. >> really. spring fever running rampant. >> is it too good to be true? >> we have another beautiful day on the way but we are already beginning to see signs of change. here's a look from the emeryville camera. the fun is officially up at 6:58. plenty of that over part of the weekend. we will start out mild. turning school. ending in rain. i will have the details coming up. >> all right, lisa, thank you. also next, last month they couldn't lose. now they can't win. the sharks try to snap a six-game losing streak in chicago. larry beil has the highlights larry beil has the highlights coming up in sports. [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's
, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> they have seats left on the bus, lisa. >> all right. let's pile on. sounds like a good time. you know what, you are going to have to pile on some of the layers in the next several days as the temperatures come down. you probably noticed that yesterday. a beautiful shot from our roof camera. we have the clear sky. morph that on shore push. you will see clouds leading eventually to rain before the weekend is out. i'll have the seven-day outlook next. >> thank you lisa. also ahead, returning to the diamond. the championship giants kick off >> a u.c. berkeley student is featured in a nationally released video aimed for supporting citizenship for young immigrants. they referred to as the dreamers. the education reporter lyanne melendez explains who is behind this campaign. >> this is terrence. he is getting a degree in mathematics and applied statistics at u.c. berkeley. >> it wasn't hard to find terrence parks on the ninth floor of evans hall. we wanted to know why he wanted to speak out. >> i thought maybe it was the right moment for me to contribute something
will not be able to treat the capacity we need because we cannot expand the airport. >> last word to you, lisa. >> i will sit a couple of things slightly differently. one of the core things that started to do is they develop lot of ip. when getting our patents filed, approved, it is a very long run up process. if there could be emphasis on accelerated patenting process is, that would be beneficial. maybe even having a patenting office here in the silicon valley. i know there are some that have pushed for that in the past. the other thing i will add about funding and investing, the different initiatives that governments have, grants and are given to -- that are given to foster and push innovation is something that is done very well in the university setting. i think further investing in companies that take the research at the commercialization phase is something that we have benefited from and would love for that to continue. >> the last question for the panel is to you, lisa. say, this is a room of potential funders. what is your elevator pitch? [laughter] >> absolutely, great. we are addressi
mclaren vehicles. >>> it is 6:15. lisa is here with a look at what we can expect in the great outdoors tomorrow. >> today. >> today, tomorrow? >> as we head outside we are looking at a nice shot from our roof camera. 55 degrees downtown. certainly mild. we have a return to an on shore push. kind of like a summer pattern this morning. i'll explain and till about the rain when that arrives all come up. >> thank you, pleasa. also next last month they couldn't lose and now they can win. the sharks try to snap a six-game losing streak in chicago. larry beil has the highlights welcome back, everyone. it's 6:18. it is shaping up to be a nice one. >> we have cooler temperatures and return to the rain but we also have mild weather for today. as we head outside in the sierra nevada, some folks making plans to head up to the mountains. they call it ski week for some folks around the bay. a little new snow for parts of the sierra nevada in the upcoming days. but today really mild. right now 18 in truckee. 6:58 the official sunrise, setting at 5:50. we haven't had any snow here in a little bit. we
. >>> lisa argen is keeping an eye on the forecast. i was hit in the face with my mist this morning. >> we have a weak front pushing through the area right now. roadways are wet and we have poor visibility in spots. look at emeryville where temperatures with all the cloud cover, upper 40s. we will be cooler and the sun is coming back out this afternoon. the forecast straight ahead. >> thank you, lisa. also next the surprising new market with the search for napa wine and a former nba star cashing in on it. plus the increasing numbers of i-phone thefts and w almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. use chaget 5% cash backs stations this quarter, whoa everybody get, everybody get! activate your 5% cash
expedition games in mill valley. abc7 news. >> how exciting. lisa argen keeping an eye on the forecast for us. what is in store? >> it's exciting too. we have rain coming down in the south bay and the santa cruz mountains. it's light and it's cleared out of the north and east bay. a live look outside. it's dark but if you are headed on out grab some rain gear because the pavement is wet. give yourself some extra time but it's not going to last. we will look for more sunshine, a pretty good drying trend and i will detail that for you straight ahead. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, the surprising new market with a thirst for napa wine and they are cashing in on it. plus >> the popularity of apple iphones and ipads isn't only limited to people who pie them, they are big with thieves too. that's why the new york police -- the new york city police department is creating a special unit just to track down stolen apple products. city officials say nearly 4,000 more iphones and ipads were stolen in twelve than the year before. the cop will work to return twices and return them to their owners. >>> som
. >> carolyn: how about a weather start-up. lisa argen is here with a preview of the accu-weather forecast. >> this is it. 60s today and then they are gone not coming back. nice and cool right now in san jose. 50 degrees and lingering low clouds but those will clear quickly and enjoy the sun today. rain and low snow levels. february is coming back. >> carolyn: you sound so excited and returning to the diamond, championship giants kick off spring training. >> carolyn: a u.c. berkeley student is featured in a video and building support for a path to citizenship to young immigrants, referred to as the dreamers. education reporter lyanne melendez explains who is behind this campaign. >> he is finishing up a degree in mathematics at u.c. berkeley. >> it wasn't hard to find terence park on the ninth floor of evans hall. we wanted to know why he decided to speak out. >> i could be something to the movement. >> the movement is called the dream is now. it urges congress to pass the dream act which would provide permanent residency to young people like him who has brought to the country by immigrant
:20 on a beautiful saturday morning. lisa is tracking the forecast. >> finally some other systems to track. it's been really quiet and nothing going on. we do have high cloud, take a look at mount tam. this is lake tahoe. truckee is 16. tahoe valley airlift is 19. shrinking snow pack is only 75% but new snow will arrive on tuesday. we're looking at high clouds, sun is setting at 5:50. ten hours and 52 minutes of daylight. high clouds, we are milder this morning in most areas. live doppler 7-hd, we will be tracking a few showers come late presidents' day in the wee hours of tuesday morning. the rest of the up coming workweek looking unsettled. finally some changes, but this morning it is really mild from half moon bay to san francisco, mid 50s. 47 if oakland. upper 30s have returned for santa rosa, napa and novato at 41. 44 in san jose. 51 in salinas. some areas are cooler. look at our coast. it was in the upper 60s yesterday. a little cooling in the valleys of the north bay and livermore, 2 degrees cooler as well as fremont this morning. certainly noticing the higher clouds. they will thin out and br
of romance. lisa ling reveals the world where things aren't always what they seem, including the names of the participants. >> for my pleasure -- >> reporter: this is mistress nina payne. >> all you need do is remember that your purpose is to serve and please me. >> reporter: she's a professional dominatrix. >> you can go ahead and greet me properly by kissing the tops of my boot. start from the bottom and work your way up. >> reporter: in real life her name is kimi inch and she's a master of bdsm, bondageage discipline, dominance and submission, saidism and ma masochism. clients play hundreds of dollars an hour to submit to her every whim toer about her submissive. there are variety of playrooms with names like the vault. >> i'll restrict you even further. >> reporter: this is one small part of the world of bdsm a world i immerse myself in for "our america" on own, brought out of the shadows by the p popularity of the book "50 shade of gray" it's been mainstream, teaching people how to engage in nonstandard sexual practices called kink, things like spanking. >> instead of going in wit
to try to renovate a closed iraq's center they hope to see reopening soon. lisa robinson is live with that story. >> for the most part, they give up their holiday working your very hard from 11:00 until about three this afternoon. >> this is where i have chosen to invest. this is my home. my neighborhood. i do not have kids here yet. >> they put their heart and sweat into cleaning up the recreational center. those who live here in charles village are doing a lot of the work. they want to have it up and running for students to go to the school and others who live in the community. the rec center next to the elementary school here on east 29th became a victim of budget cuts. >> this is one of the sixth sites they closed. >> floors are being redone and some retuning needs to be done. >> there will be some hardware needing replaced. >> the rec center should use some donations. if you have 50-60 chairs, they'll take them. lisa robinson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the latest numbers on flu cases. >> a good thing for a change. >> darren o'day has a lot of money he needs to put away. >> rain he
. the father kodo is of alien and midnight run same. very proud of her son on that one. lisa argen has the look at the forecast. >>> if you just woke up, you missed the mist and drizzle this morning, even light rain. we've got sunshine in emeryville and oakland, upper 40s to lower 50s. wasn't that cool this morning. starting out warmer but finish cooler. >> katie: also surprising for a first for napa wines and former n.b.a. star cashing in on it. increasing number of iphone sales and >> katie: good morning, welcome back. it's 8:13 this saturday morning, you are looking live view from emeryville back to san francisco blue bay. 47 degrees, going to warm up almost 10 degrees. lisa argen will have the full forecast coming up in just a little bit. >>> popularity of apple iphones and ipads are not limited to people that buy them -- they are big with thieves, too. they are creating a special unit to track down stolen apple products. nearly 4,000 iphones and ipads were stolen in 2012 than the year before. the i-force will work with apple to try on return them to owners. >> some of the best wine is made
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their growth downtown. >> i want to direct this next question to you, lisa. every company in the valley, no matter how it is defined in terms of geography, has been a start up at some point. where did the idea for great products and services come from? >> thank you very much for allowing me to be here to address you today. that is a great question. i want to start by thanking the city of san francisco for being a part of an incubator that we are a part of, the kiwi3 innovation center. it is located in san francisco next to the ucsf mission building. there are lots of biotechnology laboratories available. about 29 startup companies in that space developing innovative technologies. i am in biotechnology primarily. our technology creates oil using a biological process that takes waste carbon as an input. ideas such as ours often come from universities and it is a real benefit for us to be by ucsf to be part of the innovation center. not only is ucsf a part of that, but uc-berkeley and uc santa cruz. so we are part of this network. in addition, we have technology partners with berkeley labo
please stand. rebecca, who is working in our trails program. lisa, who is going to work in early childhood education and marisa in permits and kelly in the marina and david working in city services. joshua in sports and athleticks and jackie, who is going to be working with ana alvarez. this is the fourth year, i think, fourth or fifth year that we have blessed with a great partnership with san francisco university and we have been blessed with a talented group of interns who are majors in parks recreation and tourism academic concentration at san francisco state. it's a very competitive program and we have an incredibly talented class this year and i know that already. many san francisco state interns have gone on to work with us in our department. so it's a great workforce training opportunity and we are thrilled to have you. so welcome to our commission meeting. so it was just a few short months ago we were saying merry christmas, happy holidays, happy new year and then it was onto a super bowl and then onto to chinese new year and now pitchers and catchers have reported to
you done? joining me now is lisa lair, bloomburg news white house correspondent who wrote the article, president obama's time as a community organizer. >> thank you both for coming on the show. >> good to be here. >> thanks for having me. >> lisa, great story. tell us how president obama's community organizing experience has helped shape his presidency. >> well, this was a startling experience for the president. here he was, a middle class kid who went to a prep school in hawaii. he's hearing bullets whizzing by him. i think it definitely was an experience that level a mark on him. >> that's what he tried to do back in the '80s. >> you know, cynthia, when i was reading lisa's heart kaarticle only know about guns from hunting or hob bees and never had the firsthand experience of living in a community and working in a community where gun violence and the sounds of guns is totally different than hunting. it is actually living under siege and fear. president obama may be the only one at that level that has lived through that. >> absolutely right. his experience was not only that one momen
. lisa is here from wing-wings, and dick, one of my favorite people from the lower haight, i am so happy to see you all here. i wanted to just come and congratulate. is there someone else here? oh, robert, hi, sweety. he's always there for you. he's amazing guy. and thank you all so much for being here. i'm just here as the supervisor, my first event to honor you, to support you, to thank you for not just being in the neighborhood, but really opening up your doors and caring about the neighborhood. caring about what happens to the people there, caring about what happens to the businesses, not just your own business, but all the businesses. i love the lower haight because it's like a family. it's a real community. it's an amazing place to eat. it's amazing place to shop. it's amazing place to be. and you are so deserving of this award. and i couldn't be proud eras district 5 supervisor and also as a resident of the lower haight. so, thank you and congratulations on your award. and i'm just here to actually crash the event, to just say congratulations because you all are some of my favorit
. made autopsy story first about a severed finger now prosecutors say an injured ankle. lisa is live at the jail in milpitas tonight with more. lisa? >> it is true.' a is in the jail behind me. she was arrested today after trying to help her son stay out of trouble. this is her booking photo taken just few hours ago. she's charged with being an accessre i to felony and filing a false police report. she is no stranger to police or to public scrutiny. you may recall back in 2005 she preten pretended to find a severed human finger in her chili while eating at wendy fast have had restaurant in san jose. it turns out she and her husband planted the finger in the fad. she spent 4 years in prison for the scam. she was release entered 2009. as for her latest problems with the law, they started after 26-year-old son accidentally shot himself in the foot outside the family home in san jose. according to san jose mercury news she has prior conviction for burglary and isn't allowed to have guns but instead of telling police he shot himself, detectives say he and the woman came up with an
it again. made autopsy story first about a severed finger now prosecutors say an injured ankle. lisa is live at the jail in milpitas tonight with more. lisa? >> it is true.' a is in the jail behind me. she was arrested today after trying to help her son stay out of trouble. this is her booking photo taken just few hours ago. she's charged with being an access are i to felony and filing a false police report. she is no stranger to police or to public scrutiny. you may recall back in 2005 she preten pretended to find a severed human finger in her chili while eating at wendy fast have had restaurant in san jose. it turns out she and her husband planted the finger in the fad. she spent 4 years in prison for the scam. she was release entered 2009. as for her latest problems with the law, they started after 26-year-old son accidentally shot himself in the foot outside the family home in san jose. according to san jose mercury news she has prior conviction for burglary and isn't allowed to have guns but instead of telling police he shot himself, detectives say he and the woman came
away. lisa robinson joins us. that's not a lot of time. >> they have essentially given up their holiday today. they worked until 3:00 this afternoon. volunteers put their heart and sweat into cleaning up the recreation center in charles village. >> i have the day off. might as well spend it inside. >> last august, the rec center and on east 29th street became a victim of budget cuts in the department of recreation and parks. >> this is one of the six that parks and wrecked negotiated with city schools-- parks and rec negotiated. >> they are preparing to paint and they want to see this building viable again. >> it is really a great opportunity for this community to have more programs for the young and the old. >> and those from the home would corp. and the people who lived in the nearing neighborhoods helped the lot of work. they want to have it up running by may for those in the community. >> there is definitely some hardware that needs to be fixed the and there will be painting probably within a few weeks. >> the volunteers say the center could certainly use some donations. if you have
after the now former head of the epa lisa jackson stepped down in the wake of a similar probe. chris horner is an attorney and senior fellow at the institute and currently suing the epa to release more documents about jackson's case, the man who began, really, the inquiry that led to all of this. chris, i think it's fair to say, and so now we learn and we should say the he epa says that lisa jackson did not resign because of the inquiry into the the use of the alias and e-mailing people under richard windsor, her dog and her home street, they claim and now we learn she wasn't the only one, james martin liked to use his personal account to conduct official business, too, and this resignation has nothing do with the inquiries made by the house of representatives into why they were doing this. your thoughts. >> well, they can say that, but what else do you expect them to say. it's just not plausible when you look at the timeline and the fact that this was really their only way to avoid questioning and at least in one of the cases, we're pretty sure under oath, about their, what we'll ca
, the cia, the list goes on, but also, the epa. it needs a new administrator. he may not have noticed. lisa jackson, the controversial head of the epa resigned in december. apparently in part over allegations that she was using an alias e-mail account to conduct official business, business that she wanted set apparently hide from the prying eyes of congress. not exactly transparency, is it? and the freedom of information act, the freedom of affirmation act, it is tough to claim it. this is the most transparent administration in history when a recent study found a 28% increase in lawsuits under this president. in lawsuits against the state department alone have more than doubled. transparency? like essay. i am very impressed by this president. he mentions mr. locks, too. log spirit to adjust all the locks. visitor locks. and he was talking about how everybody knows was going on. in that the liberal chad the left-wing website politico says obama's aides are still holding meetings with lobbyists. i guess they're just being held in a separate complex of the white house grounds to avoid public s
-year- old lisa lamb. she was visiting and supposed to be heading to santa cruz. lamb was reported missing three weeks ago and investigators have trying to figure out how she died. >>> it could take awhile to find a hiker found in an open space reserve just before and they just determined the person was mail. >>> they will divest itself from the gun business and they will sell off $5 million worth of stock which manage assault weapons and high capacity magazine clips, and they say it is a response to the newtown connecticut school shooting. >> we represent other faculties and for them it is pro foundly significant. >> it is the latest fun -- it is the latest fund they have derived from. >>> it will take place march 16th and organizers will pay $200 for every other firearm and 316 for other assault weapon. >>> jessie jackson junior and his wife are expected to plead gold to you to -- guilty to misuse of campaign funds. he received campaign money and used it for personal expenses. some of those expenses include if you ares and -- furs and jackson wife is charged with filing false t
" tonight, "washington post" reporter lisa rain walks us through the reality and the hype surrounding the timing and impact of sequestration, as the countdown for a deal enters its final wee >> woodruff: then, margaret warner looks at today's summit between president obama and japanese prime minister abe, where japan's tensions with china were very much in the forefront. >> suarez: our week long focus on guns, "after newtown" wraps up tonight with a report from chicago on the public health crisis in the city in the wake of rising gun violence. >> the people who come in after having been shot are some of the highest risk folks. these are people who have been shot, who may have been shot before, and really without some intervention, without some life- changing moment, the trajectory's either going to be jail or death. >> woodruff: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and, as a magistrate grants oscar pistorius bail, we talk to charlayne hunter gault about how his arrest has focused attention on the unusually high rate of violence against women in south afric
it is not liable for emotional distress and mental suffering. lisa williams's 75. in -- $75,000 suit focuses on bodily harm sustained. >> an executive is out of a job after he slapped a child. jessica bennett and her 19- month-old son were were flying from minneapolis to atlanta and the toddler started crying. the man sitting next to her, joe hundley, used a racial slur to tell them to shut up. >> he put his mouth into my ear and said it again. i had to push his face away from me. i screamed. it caused a commotion. other passengers wanted to intervene. at that point is when he hit my child. >> the client will plead not guilty. cases of air raids are up about 40%. -- air rage are up about 40%. >> prince george's county is in the gun control debate. controls have been halted in the county due to uncertainty over state and federal government loss. one gunshot owner said, this is legal trade. not the black market. virginia's background check system or gun sales appears to be effective. the system has prevented more than 16,000 felons from buying guns since it was started back in 1989. more than
, i'm here at the s.o.s. hotel. >> that's "real housewives of miami's" lisa hochstein on valentine's day in miami and take our word for it. she says a lot and it's boring at hell. >> my favorite sushi restaurant. i'm not really friends with the other girls. >> wait, hold on. it gets better. >> and then she's with this girl, adrianna and they're sitting in what looks like a hotel room. it's really weird. >> it's the first time i swing, the first time i do a foursome. >> bing bong, hello. >> they start touching boobs on each other. >> i don't think this video is boring at all. >> where's this video? >> have you seen these women? housewives of chernobyl" but if they're touching each other's boobs, guys will be interested. roll the boob touching video already. >> we compare boobs. let's compare boobs. boob war. i win. >> if you squint your eyes enough, it's almost like isabella rosellini and vanna white sort of. >> since when is just boobs squishing. not "just." >> seriously, boob squishing is not a normal day activity and there's not a man in this room who wouldn't want to watch, even
sproising, but it is true. -- may sound surprising, but it is true. lisa amin gulezian has more on how police rescued a 16-year-old from life on the streets. >> san jose's monterey road corridor is notorious for one thing. >> first street monterey is where all of the prostitutes hang out. >> that's why san jose police organized a human trafficking task force last week and went undercover twice. this is where one of the undercover operations took place in a high traffic area known for prostitutes. it is around the corner from an elementary school and right in front of a library. one busted johns and the other targeted prostitutes as well. >> we did locate a 16-year-old female who is prostituting and in the interview with her afterwards he ended up telling the officers she was doing that since she was 11. >> it breaks her heart because she shouldn't be living like that and nobody should be living like that. >> omar torres wants the prostitution to stop. he organized the no more prostitution march in september because of what many call an up tick in activity involving young girls. police
the jail in milpitas tonight with more. lisa? >> it is true.' a is in the jail behind me. she was arrested today after trying to help her son stay out of trouble. this is her booking photo taken just few hours ago. she's charged with being an access are i to felony and filing a false police report. she is no stranger to police or to public scrutiny. you may recall back in 2005 she preten pretended to find a severed human finger in her chili while eating at wendy fast have had restaurant in san jose. it turns out she and her husband planted the finger in the fad. she spent 4 years in prison for the scam. she was release entered 2009. as for her latest problems with the law, they started after 26-year-old son accidentally shot himself in the foot outside the family home in san jose. according to san jose mercury news she has prior conviction for burglary and isn't allowed to have guns but instead of telling police he shot himself, detectives say he and the woman came up with an elaborate story. at first they gave very detailed descriptions and including the name of the me
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reeling from a blast that levelled a restaurant last night. lisa sylvester is monitoring that and some of the other stories. what's going on? >> we actually have new video of the moment that that blast hit. officials say it is too soon to say if more than one person was killed in last night's natural gas explosion. at least 15 people were injured. witnesses say the blast was so powerful it blew the roof off the building. about an hour before the blast, a utility crew responded to a report of a gas leak and suggested that the restaurant close, which it did, but witnesses say the crew gave no sense of urgency. >>> and carnival is facing a class action lawsuit over the disaster aboard the "triumph." a lawsuit alleges that the company knew or that it should have known that the boat could experience mechanical and/or engine issues since it had in the past. it also said that conditions on the ship contributed to risk or injuries. >>> senator patrick leahy says it will take more time to win the release of american contractor allen gross from cuba. leahy met with raul castro to ask for his rel
, lisa ferguson out in los angeles. hi lisa, good morning. >> hey bill. good morning everyone. a little bit more on the president's schedule today. this is brand new coming from the white house this morning. president obama will address the nation to take action on avoiding those automatic budget cuts scheduled to hit next friday. president obama will be joined by emergency responders during his speech. the white house says these are the kinds of working americans whose jobs will be on the line if congressional republicans fail to find a balanced solution to the sequester. that's the hot topic in washington right now. the sequester is the spending half of those tax hikes and spending cuts we talked about during the fiscal cliff. starting march 1st, the nation is facing across-the-board cuts taking place over the next ten years. in total, that amounts to $1.2 trillion and it means hundreds of thousands of jobs on the line and less funding for the military fema, other emergency personnel and state and local grants. now, these cuts actually should have already taken effect but congress and
of these possible cuts. lisa rein is following this for the "washington post" and she joins me now. lisa, in recent days senior members of the obama administration have laid out an exacting detail all the terrible consequences that the sequester goes through while republicans, in many cases, have said it might not be that bad. from your reporting, can you tell who's working closer to the truth? >> well, it is hard to tell you about this is really in part a political game because it really does look like these 85 billion dollars in spending cuts will begin to take effect next fridayment it does not look as if congress, either side in congress has a real interest in resolving this issue. and the obama administration has over the past, i'm going to say, about two weeks has stepped up the pressure on republicans to say to the public, okay, dire consequences will result if these cuts take effect. that's in part because the agencies have to make the cuts across-the-board and they can't really make them without furloughs. now air traffic is just one area of the government that would-- that the white house
. that was awesome for me to see. thank you for coming out. thank you lisa for driving all that way and my co-workers -- like i said you're all my heroes and we came straight from work. [applause] >> one of the first times that the harrison family made it to city hall and they're not paying a parking ticket. once again congratulations to anacita, gwen, shirley, and karen. can we have all the other recipients of this pres tangibleious award -- please stand if you're able. okay. don't be shy gosh. again how about a big round of applause for all these standing. [applause] one of the greatest awards is to be honored by your community, by your own people, so again my hats off to all the recipients for this year. we give thanks to the native american aids proyektd, the mayor's office office of services, each bay health center, aqmd, the health center of santa clara valley and once again we applaud you and we thank you. [applause] going back over to our singers. smoky bay, two starts and a song -- one of your favorites and napsters two starts as well. dancers, do you want to come in? all right.
trees and you have flooding. you have all those impacts. >> lisa argen, abc news meteorologist. >> are we seen these earlier storms and wetter storms is that the new normal? >> i think we're having a new normal. i absolutely do. it's not as hot in the summer as it usually is. it's not as cold. in the winter months as it has been in the past. think we're seeing a new normal. every ten years we'll go back and get the data and they have been trending warmer for the bay area. i think that is the nay normal. >> the weather conferences have provided proof of the glaciers and the temperatures rising, not just in one location but around the country. i think certainly global warming is a huge threat to the bay area. if it continues at current pace we could be seeing major climate changes. we're seeing khaims changes around the world. ♪ ♪ >> i have to say one of the best tools we have at abc7 is live doppler 7-hd. >> leigh glaser, abc news meteorologist. >> whether i am out in the field reporting on weather, it is spot on. it is spot on. it is so reliable, it's accurate. live doppler
submitted by lisa herrick formerly of the san jose city attorney's office. as you will recall and was referenced previously, on october 22, 2012 we held a hearing on this matter relating to ethics complaints brought by mr. shaw. we also reviewed and considered paper submitted by mr. shaw and heard argument from mr. shaw on the matter. during that hearing, we asked miss herrick to review a number of determination if they should be disclosed. she subsequently conducted the review and identified set of emails that she believes should be produced in redacted form. so this item agenda is then to discuss whether those emails should be produced as redacted, and if so, whether that has resulted in a willful violation of the sunshine ordinance by the executive director? any comments from the commissioners on this matter? >> do i not get a five-minute rebuttal on this? through the discretion of the chair? >> mr. met shah i will give you a little bit of extra time during public comment, but i would like to hear from the commissioners. >> thank you. >> as i recall, this relates tangen
lauren, alex, lisa foster, hank wilson, lesley, jason lee, and brendan monaghan. [applause] those are some of the folks -- those are just some of the folks that really made sfpark happen. i hope you have a chance tonight to meet and congratulate them. these incredibly dedicated, hard-working people. i also want to especially acknowledged the tma'mta's cfo. [applause] without her vision and strength, we almost certainly would not be here tonight to celebrate sfpark alongside these other achievements. thank you. thank you for this honor. [applause] >> let's hear it for the sfpark team. [applause] >> that ends the awards, but the bar is open. let's give one big round of applause for our sponsors, our award winners, and all of our friends and family. see you next time for the 33rd annual. >> hi, i'm with building san francisco and we have a special program of stay safe today. but we're going to talk about what you can do to your home after an earthquake to make it waterproof and to be more comfortable. ♪ ♪ >> we're here at spur in san francisco, this wonderful exhibit of safe enou
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